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Mar 17, 2013 9:00pm EDT
brother-in-law, but it just gives you a front row seat to the other side of the story. >> host: and you were the, if i'm not mistaken, the only non-american foreign correspondent in the traveling press corps for the state department, is that right? >> guest: that is correct, although my colleagues from reuters may want to point out that they are not american, but i'm also nonwestern. you know, i have a dutch mother, but for all intents and purposes, i'm very much an arab woman. i grew up there my whole -- i lived there my whole life, and that's kind of what i bring to the table. although i have, of course, a western perspective on some things because of my background, my mother's nationality and the time i've spent travel anything the west. but, yes, i was the only non-western and specifically for the bbc the first non-british person to cover this beat. >> host: i think one of the most interesting parts of the book is actually learning the process of being secretary of state, going from country to country, and you kind of take us there as hillary clinton traveled all around the world. s
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